We’re off hiatus, having completed several projects that now gives us some time to pay attention to this column. It didn’t seem to get much pickup but on the Boeing 1Q earnings call, CEO Jim McNerney said something… Read More
Due do a number of special projects with near-term deadlines, this column will be a hiatus for a while. In the meantime, please see our affiliate, AirInsight, for commentary and news.
Here’s the last of three stories on the Boeing 737, the A320neo and the new Boeing airplane.
It’s stunning news: Boeing may be shelving, at least for now, the prospect of a new airplane widely anticipated to be announced at the Paris Air Show. Boeing previously shelved the prospective 737RE (Re-Engine). Buckingham Research, a boutique… Read More
Here’s an article on values we did for Commercial Aviation Online: Date: 11/04/2011 08:04 Source: Commercial Aviation Online Location: Seattle By: Scott Hamilton The in-flight fuselage rupture caused by metal fatigue is, in the end, likely to have… Read More
1. Entertaining look at Leahy and A320neo Max Kingsley-Jones, editor of Airline Business, has this amusing take on Airbus COO John Leahy and Leahy’s view of his latest toy, the A320neo. Last week we received a couple of… Read More